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EC

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for ECUADOR.

EC

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Ecuador. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Ecuadorian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Ecuador. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Ecuador. Each province has its own code with the prefix "EC." For example, the code for the Province of Cotopaxi is ISO 3166-2:EC-X.

EC

see EUROPEAN UNION.

EC

(EUROPEAN COMMUNITY) see EUROPEAN UNION.
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4% with enteric-coated aspirin, a nonsignificant difference.
Out of these 13 trials refer to investigations with enteric-coated PO and three to PO formulations without galenic specification, the latter being presumably also enteric coated.
Enteric-coated medications are formulated to resist gastric-juice action and thereby delay disintegration until reaching the intestine.
When enteric-coated aspirin is involved, proper absorption may be delayed and the level of overdosage may not be apparent.
NASDAQ: POZN),a pharmaceutical company committed to transforming medicine that transforms lives, presented data today from the combined results of two Phase 3 studies of PA32540, an antiplatelet therapy of enteric-coated (EC) and immediate-release omeprazole, in patients with previous cerebrovascular disease.
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Measurements indicating the presence of what has been thought to be aspirin resistance were evident only with enteric-coated aspirin, not immediate-release aspirin, in a study of 400 healthy adults--a phenomenon the study's authors described as aspirin "pseudoresistance.
CASTLEFORD, England, November 23, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- We are pleased to announce the launch of a generic version of Prednisolone enteric-coated (EC) tablets.
Enteric-coated tablets protect the active ingredient against degradation by gastric acid, and crushing these tablets will reduce the bioavailability of the drug.
It is said that enteric-coated niacin is not quite as effective.
Patients using enteric-coated aspirin also were more likely than others to show resistance.